Product Name : ICIDRD30 Animal RFID Ear Tag


ICRD30 is exclusively designed with perfection for the animal breeding and slaughter management. It meets ISO11784/5, FDX-B international standards. Each tag is produced using top quality European chips with read/write capability and features unique data security. This product provides open-top-side and closed-top-side two designs. Adopting the over molding process. It is waterproof and anti-shedding. This ear tag provides a beneficial solution in animal breeding, slaughter management and animal identification. 

Chip Specification

R/W Standard  ISO11784/5 FDX-B and HDX
Frequency 134.2 KHz
Operation Temperature -30°C to 50°C

Ear Tag Specification

Color Yellow (Other Colors are customizable)
Weight 7.0g
Height 11.5mm ± 0.3mm
Dimension 30.6mm ± 0.3mm
Material TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane Ether Grade)
Type of Marking Laser Marking
Tension 350N
Anti-collision Standard IEC 68-2-27
Vibrating Standard IEC 68-2-6


Packing Manner Male part 100pcs/polybag
  Female part 10pcs/polybag
Guarantee  >5 years
International Certification International Committee for Animal Recording (ICAR)

Universal Ear Tag Applicator

  • Smooth Edges
  • Made up of High Aluminum Grade
  • Side Locking Feature for easy locking
  • Big jaw opening for easy tagging to the animal
  •  ICID ® applicator pins are reliable for mass tagging. 
  •  ICID ® applicator is compatible with all types of animal ear tags.
  •  ICID ® applicator comes with the instructional manual and extra pin.

How to Tag the Animal

  • Step 1: Ordinary ear tag, Press the clamping piece, to install the auxilliary tag horizontally.
  • Step 2: Fully insert the main tag into the ear clamp needle, and the electronic ear tag shall be also used with the long neeked main tag.
  • Step 3: The ear tag shall be installed after immersed in the disinfectant, which is propitious to prevent cross infection and wound healing.
  • Step 4: The ear tag shall be installed between two cartillages in the center of the ear.
  • Step 5: The ear tag must be penetrated from the rear of the ear.